Will another player ever win again win more than 160 matches and lose less than 10 matches in two consecutive seasons? Federer, of course, did it. Going 173-9 between 2005-2006. Djokovic could have done it this year. If he had won 90 matches and lost 3 matches. (He is currently 70-11) Nadal has always lost at least 10 matches in a season, except this year (currently 42-6). If he went 119-3 next year, he would do it. Lendl came close in 1985-1986 going 158-13. McEnroe came close in 1984-1985 going 153-12. Connors came close in 1974-1975 going 172-12. Borg came close in 1977-1980 (can not find any reliable win-loss records from those years, but he was above 90% winning percentage all four years).

3..2..1.. before Buzzlia comes in with some Rafa stats. p.s. how about some win-loss stats at the age of 30 for all those chaps.

The defeats from Federer in this period: Nadal - '05 and '06 Roland Garros, '06 Monte-Carlo, '06 Rome, '06 Dubai Nalbandian - '05 Master's Cup Murray - '06 Cinci Gasquet - '05 Monte Carlo Safin - '05 Australian Open Interesting, half of his losses were on clay.

Nadal - '05 and '06 Roland Garros, '06 Monte-Carlo, '06 Rome, '06 Dubai Nalbandian - '05 Master's Cup Murray - '06 Cinci Gasquet - '05 Monte Carlo Safin - '05 Australian Open The most interesting thing to me is that he had match points in three of the losses and was two points from victory in another match. Also, I can not imagine another player ever again losing to only 5 players over 2 years or 2 players in one year.

I still can't believe his 2006 Record. other than the Cinci match, which was out of nowhere.. No one could stop him, except Nadal.

Which three matches he had match points? I remember Rome 2006 and AO 2005. Also when was he two points away from victory?